College News and Departmental Notes: Textiles and Clothing
by Departmental notes - 1920
Prior to the summer session, Mrs. Nelson gave a short course in millinery to a class of county home demonstration agents in Greensboro, North Carolina. Miss Baldt spoke at a general conference at the Michigan Agricultural College on children's clothing, returning in time for summer session registration. Professor Fales gave a course in textiles at the summer session of the New York University. The enrollment in the textiles and clothing department for the summer session exceeded that of all previous years. The millinery classes were especially popular, outgrowing their classroom and forming two extra sections. The enrollment in the department this fall is gratifying. Large sections are being carried in elementary dressmaking, children's clothing, and applied dress design. The instructors are kept busy in the latter section by the 30 students in the group each of whom designs a series of garments for co-workers.
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